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Unwanted Waste

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Introduction

Unwanted Waste Down the green corridor the two men walked, the shiny surface echoing back the regular march beat of shoes. Everything around them was sterilised and of a discoloured lime green - the walls, floor even the odd table was green. Silence surrounded them apart from the rhythm of the shoes; it was eerie quiet, quieter than Yates had heard for a long time. Where Yates lived there was always some kind of noise whether it was shouting or screaming, crying or just taking however loneliness always managed to find and engulf Yates. They reached the end of the corridor, the other man opened the gate allowing Yates to pass before the gate slammed and the clinking of keys were heard again disturbing the silence. Another stretch was before them carrying on into the distance. The two men carried on walking, the rhythm of the shoes continuing in regular syncopation. The man stopped and turned to a door set into the left hand side of the lime green corridor. ...read more.

Middle

'After living in a place...' Yates tailed off the ends of his words knowing that he had spoken out of place from the menacing look from the doctor. 'Sorry Sir.' 'You bloody well be if you speak to me like that.' Exclaimed the doctor. Silence followed before the usual mutter of 'Yes Sir' was said with no enthusiasm. 'Anyway I'm just going to take a few tests. Err a few blood tests and so on. That ok?' Yates was surprised. No-one usually asked him anything, he just follows orders but he nodded his head up and down slowly. The next fifteen minutes comprised of the doctor making various tests with Yates mind thinking on the future. He had put the past behind him knowing what he had done was wrong but being inside had turned him from bad to good. He had found God and repented. 'Right, everything looks in order. Just one last test.' ...read more.

Conclusion

'It ain't that bad. Good pay and a nice pension. We're also helping society keeping these worthless criminals from the public.' 'Yeah we're a very merciful society aren't we? We execute people just because they might be a danger. They could have repented you know.' 'Danny just listen to you. Anyone would think you're on the prisoners' side. At least we spare them the horror of being executed; they think they've been acquitted.' 'Well I don't think I can take much more of this job.' *** Down the green corridor the two men walked, the shiny surface echoing back the regular march beat of shoes. They came to the lime green oak door. The clinking of the guards keys sounded before the brass handle turned and allowed entry. A man stepped forward leaving the guard in the corridor. The doctor turned towards the man. This time there was no evil grin but a small glimpse of remorse. The soft click of the door was heard before silence loomed upon them. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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